As the title suggests, this week’s article is slightly different to the usual ones. I won’t just be looking at the next two matches ahead, I’ll be trying to predict the best (and worst) goalkeeper’s for the whole of the festive period. This entails SIX!! game-weeks – so it could
For those of you who haven’t read these articles before, it is basically my take on how the Premier League should look, when you factor in each team’s varying strength of schedule. More information on the nuances of this calculation can be found here, whilst a look back at the
Tottenham are in the middle of a slump. They’ve won just 1 of their last 6, and even that was only a 1-0 victory over then-bottom-of-the-table Crystal Palace. They’ve fallen to 6th in the table, behind fierce rivals Arsenal (whom they were thoroughly dominated by during this poor run), and
Straight into it this week. For those of you who haven’t read these articles before, it is basically my take on how the Premier League should look, when you factor in each team’s varying strength of schedule. More information on the nuances of this can be found here, whilst a
For those of you unfamiliar to these articles, this is where I present to you a statistical analysis of the performance of Premier League goalkeepers from a Togga perspective. I then use these analyses to identify three players to target and three players to avoid for the next two weeks.
There’s a guy in my Togga league who’s become renowned for picking up players based on their performances in the cup competitions. Whether it’s Walcott bagging in the Europa League, Batshuayi getting on the score sheet in the Champions League, or Andre Ayew netting in the Carabao Cup, you can
Week 9 & 10 Reflections It happens every now and again, and I’m happy to admit it on those rare occasions: I was wrong. My predictions last time out were not great to say the least. Evidently this week I’ll have to put in some overtime with the research to
Two weeks ago I decided to start basing my goalkeeper decision on data. Not PPM, or total points, but data of a more nuanced nature. Furthermore, I decided I would share this data with you, the reader, and give some advice on which players would be best to pick up.
We all know that guy who tells you – AFTER the event – that he saw it coming. Mertesacker was bound to score away at Watford. Fellaini was clearly going to bag a couple the week before against Palace. But very rarely, if ever, do they admit when they got
It’s a question that haunted me every week when I used to manage a Sunday league team, and now it’s a question that haunts me every week when I set my fantasy EPL line-up. Who is in goal? I pick goalkeepers on a week-by-week basis; a tactic which many people